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FULL PAGE SIZE
PROCESSING
THIRDS
PUBLISHED
NEWSPAPERS
FULL
FORMAT
COMIC STRIP
COMIC
CLARITY
TOP PART
TEXT
COMPLEX WEB
TAB
PAGES
PAGE
TOPPER
BLACK-AND-WHITE
STRIPS
FULL STORY
BITS
ENGLISH TEXT
FULL PAGE
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    This Review contains major "Full Page"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Full page is a format of newspaper comic strips.
  2. Full page is a format roughly 20 inches high and 14 inches wide.

Full Page Size

  1. The Denver Post Sunday comics section is full page size, though today no individual strips are still printed to take up a full page.

Processing

  1. When processing of the full page has been completed, web server sends only pure HTML code to the web visitor's browser.

Thirds

  1. Comic strip collectors call strips that occupy one-third of a full page "thirds".

Published

  1. The 239 page book is complete with full page color photographs of many of the dishes, and is easily the most complete Adirondack recipe book ever published.

Newspapers

  1. When Sunday strips first appeared in newspapers, near the beginning of the Twentieth Century, they were usually in the full page size.

Full

  1. Many of the houses are shown in full page, full color photos.

Format

  1. The last full page Sunday strip was Prince Valiant, which continued in full page format in some newspapers until 1970.

Comic Strip

  1. In the mid-Nineteen-Fifties, there were a few attempts to revive the full page Sunday comic strip, notably Lance (comic strip) and Johnny Reb and Billy Yank.

Comic

  1. Rearrangement of the "Standard" half-page layout used to fit the comic on a full page for Sunday comics in American newspapers.

Clarity

  1. Geography Main article: Geography of Liechtenstein Satellite image faintly delineating Liechtenstein - enlarge to full page for clarity.

Top Part

  1. This second image shows only the top part (called the header, also in black & white) of the full page image above.

Text

  1. The bulk of the text devotes a full page to each of the 555 verbs with full conjugations and examples of regular and idiomatic usage.

Complex Web

  1. Complex web applications continue to be more difficult to design than traditional applications because of this "full page" effect.

Tab

  1. Little Orphan Annie is a full page (later half page or tab) American comic strip, created by Harold Gray (1894-1968), that first appeared on August 5, 1924.

Pages

  1. On Commons a redirect to a category gives the full page, but not the subcategories and pages in the redirect page (if that is also a category).

Page

  1. To get the full page after being redirected, use the "Category" tab to reload the page.
  2. This year the Hollywood Rock Walk is issuing a commemorative book, with a full page on Carmine, next to a page on superstar James Brown.
  3. Laser printers are page (not line) printers, meaning that they cannot print a line of text without ejecting a full page.

Topper

  1. Many full page comic strips had a topper, a small strip that ran above or occasionally below the main strip, usually by the same artist.

Black-And-White

  1. Dailies will run three to a page, while Sunday strips will each take up a full page and be printed in black-and-white.

Strips

  1. Other strips, such as Flash Gordon and Blondie had panels rearranged, cropped, or removed to make the full page fit in a smaller size.
  2. These strips are complete in the third of a page format, and are cropped and rearranged in the half page, tab, or full page format.
  3. Only a few strips, notably Prince Valiant, were still published in full page format after the war.

Full Story

  1. Headlines serenely scroll on the top, or bottom of your screen- the full story, on a full page, is a double-click away.
  2. The full story on a full page is a click away.

Bits

  1. A full page of text is about 16,000 bits.
  2. A full page of ASCII text is about 16,000 bits.

English Text

  1. A full page of English text is about 16,000 bits.

Full Page

  1. Early Sunday strips, such as Thimble Theatre and Little Orphan Annie, filled an entire newspaper page, a format known to collectors as full page.
  2. The topper on Thimble Theater was Sappo, the topper on Little Orphan Annie was Maw Green and ran at the bottom of the full page.
  3. In the early decades of the 20th century, all Sunday comics received a full page and daily strips were generally the width of the page.

Categories

  1. English Text
  2. Full Story
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > History > Strips
  4. Topper
  5. Page
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